Different Endings is an ending sketch from the forty-first episode, "Michael Ellis."

Synopsis Edit

Chris Quinn (Eric Idle) complains to a salesman (Terry Jones) about the ending from the "Complaints Office" sketch before he tells him it was the cheapest they had before suggesting a long slow pull-out ending, but Quinn rejects it. The salesman then suggests a chase ending before, suddenly, the men from the "Toupee" sketch show up, and Quinn quickly takes off with the men chasing after him, but again, Quinn rejects it. The salesman then suggests a walking into the sunset ending before describing it, only for Quinn to, once again, reject it. The salesman then suggests one to tie up the whole Michael Ellis thing, but changes his mind and suggests a happy ending, in which a woman (Carol Cleveland) shows up and embraces Quinn, who asks why does he want it. The salesman soon suggests a cheap panel ending, with Malcolm Allison (Michael Palin) and Brian Clough (Idle), but changes his mind before asking for a slow fade ending, but, once again, Quinn rejects it, until the salesman suggests a sudden one, which instantly ends the show.

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